Saratoga Library opened in 1908 and is a Classical Revival-style Carnegie branch with a distinctive Spanish tile roof and a storied history. Saratoga Library’s most popular programs reflect its appeal to patrons of all ages: Summer Reading events fill the garden with beginning readers and elementary school children; Teen Tech Time teaches older students the technology skills that will be essential to their success in the workplace; and résumé and job search programs draw adults who are seeking employment or hoping to change careers. Saratoga Library is one of nine Brooklyn libraries to host reserved spaces for Zipcar, allowing patrons easy access to the popular car-sharing service.
Friends of Saratoga Library
Saratoga Library is in the process of forming a Friends Group! Friends of Saratoga Library will be a group of organized volunteers who help our neighborhood library through advocacy, fundraising and promotion. If you are interested in becoming a Friend of Saratoga Library, ask a staff member for details or email [email protected] for more information.
- Brooklyn History & Memoirs
- Diverse Children's Books
Brooklyn by name : how the neighborhoods, streets, parks, bridges, and more got their namesLeonard Benardo
The Three Graces of Raymond Street : murder, madness, sex, and politics in 1870s BrooklynRobert E (Robert Emmet) Murphy